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Animal Feeding Corn

Animal Feeding Corn

Cattle called "corn-fed," "grain-fed", or "corn-finished" are typically fattened on maize, soy, and other types of feed for several months before slaughter. As a high-starch, high-energy food, corn decreases the time to fatten cattle and increases carcass yield. Some corn-fed cattle are fattened in concentrated animal feeding operations known as feed lots. In the United States, most grass-fed cattle are raised for beef production. Dairy cattle ...



Human Feeding Corn

Human Feeding Corn

If you’re barbequing with friends and family on a sunny weekend evening in Minnesota, chances are good that corn on the cob is part of the menu. Or maybe you’re celebrating Thanksgiving with a plump turkey and all the fixings – mashed potatoes, dressing, cranberries, and a nice big serving bowl filled with sweet corn. When most people think of corn, it’s sweet corn that comes to mind. But the fact is, of the 97.2 million acres of corn planted i...



Popcorn, unpopped

Popcorn, unpopped

Have you ever tried re-popping unpopped popcorn? (Also, try saying that three times fast!) Dumping those stubborn kernels in the trash has always bugged us, so we decided to start collecting them in a jar and see if we could get them to re-pop. And guess what? It worked! I didn't do anything very special with my unpopped kernels. I kept them separate from my stash of popping corn in their own jar, reasoning that these unpopped kernels were at l...